An invitation from the region’s cuisine is an invitation from Dalmatia and the Mediterranean, the healthiest cuisine in the world included in the UNESCO Intangible Heritage List.
Lake Vrana (Croatian: Vransko jezero) in Dalmatia is the largest lake in Croatia. It is a designated nature park (park prirode), a kind of protected area in Croatia. It is located in Zadar County and Šibenik-Knin County, between the towns and municipalities of Benkovac, Pirovac, Pakoštane, Stankovci and Tisno. The area of the lake is 30.7 square kilometres , the elevation of its surface above sea level is only 0.1 metres (0.33 ft), while its maximum depth is 4 metres. The lake is in a karst valley filled with water and is a rare example cryptodepression. The dominant feature of the park is a special ornithological reserve, an almost untouched natural habitat of birds, a rare wetland systems, full of high biodiversity and an outstanding scientific and ecological value. The lake provides an ample amount of fish for fishing enthusiasts.